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RE: [TSVN] Log like dialogs requests - perhaps some developer's response this time...

From: Amir Kolsky <amir_at_xpandsoft.com>
Date: 2005-08-10 10:26:00 CEST

Incidentally - talking about using ones brains - I have just downloaded
1.2.1 and installed it. I previously had 1.2.0 installed (this is my home
machine and I don't use it as often), and in the version I had the sorting
by columns (at least in the Show Log dialog) did NOT work... It does now...
So I guess I'm a happy camper...

 Amir Kolsky
XP& Software
 

>-----Original Message-----
>From: SteveKing [mailto:stefankueng@gmail.com]
>Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2005 10:44 AM
>To: dev@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
>Subject: Re: [TSVN] Log like dialogs requests - perhaps some
>developer's response this time...
>
>On 8/10/05, Amir Kolsky <amir@xpandsoft.com> wrote:
>>
>> I'll try to make this as clear as possible...
>
>Please first explain the "perhaps some developer's response this time"
>in the subject.
>
>> 1. There are several cases where Tortoise dialogs result in a list
>> changes made - files added, deleted, merged and conflicted.
>Please add
>> an option to sort these lists by action and even better, filter the
>> list (imaging little icons with the four states that when
>you click on
>> or off add or remove the appropriate actions from the list).
>
>Clicking on the column header will sort them. Please use your
>brain first before asking for a feature which is already there.
>
>> 2. From each of the line items allow a context menu to bring you
>> directly to the folder where the relevant file (or
>directory) resides.
>
>Could be done.
>
>> 3. In case of conflicted files allow deletion (of all related merge
>> files) and update in one click from the context menu.
>
>Asking again and again and again for the same feature doesn't
>really motivate me to implement it. If you really want this
>that bad, send a patch!
>http://tortoisesvn.berlios.de/issues/?do=details&id=143
>
>(btw: I just degraded that issue to the lowest priority possible)
>
>OT:
>When I received your mail and I read the subject, I was close
>to just click on the "remove and block sender" button without
>even reading it.
>You know why? The "perhaps some developer's response this time..."
>part in the subject is offending. It implies that the
>developers never respond to your mails. And we both know well
>enough that with "developers" you mean me.
>I'm working really hard on this project, and I also try to
>answer most of the mails. But I just don't have the time to
>answer every mail. If I file an issue because of a mailed
>report, I don't always send an answer mail but expect people
>to scan the issuetracker from time to time.
>
>If you're not comfortable on the progress I make on this
>project, get off your butt and send some patches. Otherwise,
>keep your comments to yourself.
>
>Stefan
>
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